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devops-tools: Devops Tools

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The easiest way to install most Python packages is via ``easy_install`` or ``pip``::

$ easy_install devops_tools


# show commands
docker_tools -h
docker_tools docker -h

# docker build upd logs
docker_tools docker run -b -u -l

# start container use entrypoint bash
docker_tools docker runbash

# exec to existing container
docker_tools docker execbash

The boilerplate code provides a dummy ``main`` function that prints out the word 'Hello'::

>> from devopstools import main
>> main()

When the package is installed via ``easy_install`` or ``pip`` this function will be bound to the ``devops_tools`` executable in the Python installation's ``bin`` directory (on Windows - the ``Scripts`` directory).

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